Katharine Robinson
Associate

Katharine is an Associate in the Employment Team, specialising in the Education Sector. She advises on a wide range of employment law issues, including termination and settlements, safeguarding issues, industrial action, and defending employment tribunal claims.

Katharine trained at Stone King and qualified as a Solicitor in 2019. As well as specialising in the Education Sector, she also supports clients in the Charity and Business & Social Enterprise Sectors.

Experienced in working with maintained schools, academy trusts, and independent schools, Katharine advises on both contentious and non-contentious matters. She has an in-depth understanding of the Education Sector and is able to provide our education clients with sector-specific, tailored advice.

Katharine regularly supports clients in defending employment tribunal claims, including constructive/unfair dismissal, discrimination, and harassment and victimisation claims. She advises clients on day-to-day issues including grievance and disciplinary matters, contractual queries, and settlements. Katharine often speaks at events on employment law updates.

In addition to her work at Stone King, Katharine is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association. She also volunteers at Anglia Ruskin University’s Law Clinic and provides free employment law advice to employees.

Katharine graduated from the University of Reading with a degree in Law. She then completed her MSc in Law, Business and Management at The University of Law in Bristol, gaining a Distinction.

What our clients say

"I have been impressed with her support, clarity of guidance and overall responsiveness."

What our clients say

"Katharine is very helpful and patient with my many queries."
 

What our clients say

"We have a really good relationship with Katharine. She is always willing to go the extra mile."
 

What our clients say

"Katharine displays a good understanding of our organisation; she is always quick and efficient in dealing with any queries and advice sought."